With the 4 musicians of Femti Fem, we (re)discover the Swedish ball where polskas, firetur, springleik, polkkas and other Nordic dances follow one another.
Linda Trolese gets the little ones up and dancing to the music of GRO.
It’s a little ball just for kids, a chance to get to know trad music, dance together and have a good laugh!
A journey of song and dance through different countries and their ways of dancing with little or no physical contact.
Linda is a dancer. Needless to say, as she quotes (from a Chinese proverb): “life is movement, movement is health, health is life”.
With her background in folk dance and contact dance, she takes participants on a journey of self-discovery, connecting them with their dance partner and with the group as a whole.
For pleasure and for sound, giving ourselves permission to sing through a popular repertoire, tasting the flavours of popular songs that give rhythm to life, expressing dreams, pain, anger and convictions.
Led by Adeline de Lépinay, a “passeuse de chant”.
It means being able to pass on folk songs from the oral tradition (i.e. without using sheet music and including people who don’t consider themselves singers) and to support people in their singing (singing without hurting yourself, hearing the sound and vibration, enjoying doing it and doing it together).
No prerequisites other than a desire to sing collectively.
It’s a moment of pause in the festival dance. The three musicians of La Sylva invite us to listen to their music, to experience it all the more as we find ourselves surrounded by the tall trees of the Allée des Seigneurs.
The flower farm has been going strong for several years now. This activity can do so many things! From creativity to political commitment. If you want to find out more, now’s the time!
(Re)discover the places to the sound of Raphaël’s voice as he tells the tales of his choice, depending on the place, the theme and the time. Let yourself be guided.
Starting with a simple melody, we will explore together some of the possibilities open to us for sculpting a piece, giving it flavour, dramaturgy and avenues for individual and collective expression, without losing the link to dance!
All instruments welcome. The only prerequisite is the ability to learn a simple melody by ear.
Our voice counts, and not just to sing, that’s the subject of this workshop, to discuss how we vote and what we could try to put in place in our collective decision-making.